Cancer care in rural areas requires specialized attention. In order to overcome geographic, financial, and clinical barriers, cancer care providers have to get creative to provide patients with timely, quality care.
In collaboration with the Association of Community Cancer Centers, the Montana State Oncology Society is proud to present a three-part podcast series on rural cancer care. Dive deep on the unique challenges and outcomes of rural cancer care, and learn how rural cancer programs are evolving to meet the needs of hard-to-reach patients.
Download Episodes 5 and 6 from the CANCER BUZZ podcast and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app to listen to other episodes on immunotherapy, symptom management, supportive care, and more!
Learn how a rural health system harnessed its passion and creativity to work around obstacles to clinical trial access and ensure its patients have access to cutting-edge cancer treatments.
Guest: Lora Black, RN, MPH, OCN, CCRP, Senior Director, Clinical Research, Sanford Research; Clinical Instructor, Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota; Core Director, Clinical Research Resources and Facilities Core, DaCCoTA CTR
Learn more about the challenges to cancer care delivery in rural settings, and discover some of the innovative ways that they are working to better serve this at-risk patient population.
Guest: Jack Hensold, MD, Medical Oncologist, Bozeman Health Cancer Center; President, Montana State Oncology Society